Hey, if you don’t know by now, I’m Scott Bloom, virtual emcee and comedic keynote speaker. And yes, my stage has all but disappeared. But that's not bad news!
As we all know, when the pandemic hit, live events turned digital. And I personally went from, let’s say, on average, a size 60x20 performance stage to maybe a 10x10 home studio space. But that change turned out to be kind of awesome. And it kind of worked out because while it altered my physical limits, it rendered a no limits outcome.
My biggest audiences once filled arenas (and we thought that was big), but now I can speak to the world on your behalf from a small space. And it’s been fun doing so. And fun watching how the digital platform has evolved from a bit erratic to being on the technological edge.
And as that component sharpened, so too has the event planner's knowledge of what comprises a solid virtual meeting. We’re all learning that it's a strategic combination of a superior platform, focused content, interactivity and a solid experience. And that’s where I come in.
From my home broadcast studio equipped with a high-end 4K camera, state-of-the-art audio and lighting, green screen, teleprompter and on-site technical director: I can deliver a funny, (if needed), authentic and lively meeting which translates to transfixed invigorated audiences.
So, it does seem that even working from my relatively little home studio, I can have a big impact on our world.